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The abundance of event data in today’s information systems makes it possible to “confront” process models with the actual observed behavior. Process mining techniques use event logs to discover process models that describe the...
Generating API Call Rules from Version History and Stack Overflow Posts
Shams Azad, Peter C. Rigby, Latifa Guerrouj
Article No.: 29
Researchers have shown that related functions can be mined from groupings of functions found in the version history of a system. Our first contribution is to expand this approach to a community of applications and set of similar applications....
Software engineers construct modern-day software applications by building on existing software libraries and components that they necessarily do not author themselves. Thus, contemporary software applications rely heavily on existing standard and...
A Posteriori Typing for Model-Driven Engineering: Concepts, Analysis, and Applications
Juan De Lara, Esther Guerra
Article No.: 31
Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) is founded on the ability to create and process models conforming to a meta-model. In this context, classes in a meta-model are used in two ways: as templates to create objects and as (static) classifiers for them....